RFQ: Pink Zoning Detroit

The City of Detroit, in partnership with the Knight Foundation, seeks ambitious, multidisciplinary planning and design teams to re-imagine Detroit’s commercial corridors and explore reforms to Detroit’s land use regulations. Inspired by the principles of Lean Urbanism, the project involves modest research, design, and analysis services, spread over a six month period. …
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RFP: City of Tampa

The City of Tampa and the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Tampa, (collectively the “City”) hereby give notice pursuant to Part III, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, of their request for submission of proposals from qualified and experienced applicants for the acquisition (purchase) of a city block located north of Jackson St, east of Florida Ave, south of Kennedy Blvd., and west of Marion St. …
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Landscape Architecture Foundation Leaders Make New “Declarations” for the Future

Former ULI Chairman Marilyn Jordan Taylor addresses the Landscape Architecture Foundation's 50th Anniversary Summit.

The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) celebrated its 50th anniversary in June by hosting a summit on the future of landscape architecture. More than 700 landscape architects gathered in Philadelphia to hear dozens of industry leaders share “declarations” on where landscape architecture is headed over the next 50 years….
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ULI Singapore Explores What It Means to Be a “Car-Lite” City

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Over the past year, the Singapore government’s Centre for Liveable Cities has partnered with ULI Singapore to explore what it means to be a “car-lite” city—a city that harnesses the power of technology, the sharing economy, and ground-up innovation to develop a range of mobility options that are “socially inclusive and economically efficient,” according to a recent report of the initiative’s initial findings….
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